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  How Alimony Works in a Florida Divorce Alimony, also known as spousal support, refers to monetary payments made from one spouse to the other. Alimony is sometimes awarded in a Florida divorce if there is a significant disparity in [...]

Division Of Property

By admin Sep 30, 2020

  Division of Property in Florida Determining how to divide shared assets and debts in a divorce is no easy task. Orlando divorce lawyer Stephen Caplan has extensive experience resolving all types of property disputes ranging from modest to high [...]


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Child Custody Attorneys In Orlando The decisions made in a divorce proceeding will shape your children's’ lives for years to come. Orlando divorce lawyer Stephen Caplan is dedicated to preserving and protecting the relationships you have with your kids while [...]


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Orlando Mediation & Agreements Attorneys Most mediations go through five different stages. Although they are not always in the same sequence and a few may be repeated at various points, each stage is generally visited at least once during mediation. [...]


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Requirements for Divorce in Orlando Before pursuing a divorce in Florida, you need to make sure you meet the following requirements: One spouse must have been a resident of Florida for at least six months prior to filing (proof of [...]


By admin Sep 30, 2020

Family Lawyers In Orlando Orlando Family Law & Divorce provides Orlando families with legal support in all areas of family law. Whether you are dealing with a separation, a pending divorce, or have issues with Child Support or Child Custody, [...]

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